Hello! We have a problem with an old version of Cobol (Version 2.5). Basically, up 'till now we've been running Cobol on a Windows 98 machine. However, we need to upgrade that machine to Windows 2000 Professional and still be able to use Cobol. I have copied the entire Cobol environment over to an existing W2000 machine for testing before upgrading the W98 machine. However, I have run into a problem where when I test a program compilation an error message occurs stating the "Cobol run time library not installed."
I have checked the Path statements in the Autoexec.nt file & it appears to be correct. Is there a process to go through to install the run time library or is this caused by W2000's DOS handling?
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